We've featured kid's clothes featuring Keith Haring designs over on Junior Hipster, but they are also available at reasonable price for adult too, with these sweatshirts from Forever 21.
Whether your style is Vegas, fairground or disco, if you've always wanted to see your name up in lights Delightfull's Graphic lamps might be for you – it's an impressive collection of lamps based around the alphabet.
If you're looking for new season fashion with a vintage twist then this Geo-Mod Velvet Pencil Skirt from Anthropologie might be just the thing.
Pencil skirts are big news for the coming season and with it's bold, graphic sixties-style print this op-art pink, black and mustard design is right on the money for lovers of retro style. The skirt works well as pictured, with bare legs and a denim shirt for the warmer days of autumn but will really come into it's own with a black polo neck and opaque tights come winter.
The skirt costs £78 from Anthropologie – check it out online here.
It's not stated but it seems fairly obvious that this Go Cushion from Dwell has looked to a classic Monopoly board for its inspiration.
The influence of graphic prints and bold designs really came to the fore of womens fashion during the 1960s, and the use of structural lines and patterns is still reminiscent of that era. This Graphic Print Shift Dress from Oasis perfectly captures that look, making vintage style truly wearable today.